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    Anthony Gulig
    Department Chair-Associate Professor
    Phone: (262) 472-5148
    Location: Laurentide 5223

    Public History Major

    History students

    Public History students visit the Pabst Brewery in Milwaukee, WI.

    What is Public History?

    Public History is for students interested in pursuing a career in history beyond teaching. Public Historians work in museums, archives, the fields of historic preservation, film and digital history, historical consulting, oral history, among others.

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    Public History Major

    History students

    Public History students visit the Pabst Brewery in Milwaukee, WI.

    What is Public History?

    Public History is for students interested in pursuing a career in history beyond teaching. Public Historians work in museums, archives, the fields of historic preservation, film and digital history, historical consulting, oral history, among others.

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    Recent Student Undergraduate Research Projects

    Jenny KalvaitisJenny Kalvaitis with Profs. Rebecca Shrum and Seth Meisel: "Suffrage and Scandal: Women and Politics in the 1893 Deerfield, Massachusetts School Committee Election."

    View Abstract | View Proposal | View Final Poster

     

    Brittany FreyBrittany Frey, with Prof. Seth Meisel: "When the Helpless Help Themselves Petitions of War Widows During the Post-Independence Period in Cordoba, Argentina (1810-1860)"

    View Abstract | View Proposal | View Final Poster

     

    Amanda KrukarAmanda Krukar, with Prof. Molly Patterson: "Portrait of Kharijism in Modern Islamic Media."

    View Abstract | View Proposal | View Final Poster

    Public History Major

    History students

    Public History students visit the Pabst Brewery in Milwaukee, WI.

    What is Public History?

    Public History is for students interested in pursuing a career in history beyond teaching. Public Historians work in museums, archives, the fields of historic preservation, film and digital history, historical consulting, oral history, among others.

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    College of Letters & Sciences
    Laurentide Hall 4100
    University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
    800 W. Main Street
    Whitewater, WI 53190-1790

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    Office of the Dean
    Phone: (262) 472-1621
    E-mail: lamkinn@uww.edu

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